Frustration with division and gridlock in Washington leads many Americans to impugn both political parties for the current broken and ineffective state of government. There is plenty of blame to go around, but below the surface there has been a quiet revolution going on in only one of the two parties–the Democratic Party. At The American Thinker, Senior Fellow Scott Powell examines the rise of the New Left in American politics and culture, tracing the history of thought from Leftist philosophers such as Marx, Lenin, and Alinsky to our Democratic leaders of today.
George Gilder states that free market icon Milton Friedman’s quantity theory of money “has been proven wrong,” arguing that a stable dollar as essential to a prosperous economy. Continue reading
Thirty years ago in his book Evolution: A Theory in Crisis, Michael Denton posed “The Puzzle of Perfection” as a challenge to Darwinism. He described molecular machines in the cell as phenomena inexplicable by chance. Continue reading